From Ecology to Bionomics
Theory and Applications of Bionomic Territorial Planning:
a prospect for Mediterranean Regions
Wednesday 4 July 2018
National Research Council
Institute of Studies on Mediterranean Societies
Humanities conference room, 6th floor
Via Cardinale Guglielmo Sanfelice 8, Naples
University of Milan
Vittorio Ingegnoli is a professor at the University of Landscape Ecology and Bionomy of Milan, of which he is one of the founders at an international level. Founder, with R. Bunce (UK 2000) of the European Forum for Landscape Monitoring; member of the PHA (Planetary Health Alliance), University of Harvard; founder, with S. Bocchi, of the CRc Gaia2050, Department of Environmental Sciences and Policies, University of Milan. He was also a speaker on Urban Ecology for the Accademia dei Lincei (2001-05), a member of various scientific committees and various Italian and international associations, as well as of the editorial board of Sustainable Forestry (EN-Press Publisher, Tustin) (2018, LA USA). He is the author of more than 220 publications, including 7 volumes for the university, and 78 professional works on landscape eco-design.
The meeting is free and open to the public
THE ISSM MEETINGS - YEAR 2018. The Institute for Studies on Mediterranean Societies (CNR-ISSM) organizes annual meeting cycles in which guest speakers are invited to discuss specific topics, within the framework of wide-ranging themes, with a constant focus on the Mediterranean area (economy, environment, migration, history, cultural heritage, logistics). The meetings start with a targeted presentation, followed by a final discussion in which those present can share different approaches and points of view. The guest speakers have the objective to favour and encourage the confrontation among people with different training, stimulating the birth of new ideas with an interdisciplinary approach.
The meeting of 4 July 2018 with Vittorio Ingegnoli, founder of the "Landscape Bionomy", offers the opportunity to discuss with an expert a current and central theme for territorial policies in the Mediterranean: the landscape as a hyper-complex system that constitutes a living entity.
INFO AND CONTACTS
Institute of Studies on Mediterranean Societies (CNR-ISSM)
Antonio De Lorenzo
Tel: +39-081-6134086 (ext. 214)